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Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch
Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch

Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch

Your Price: $39.95
Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch is the brand’s new signature single malt for the U.S. market. It matured in first fill ex-bourbon casks for a minimum of 12 years. This is a creamy expression, bottled at 80 proof, with notes of soft citrus, toffee apples and freshly baked biscuit, the company reports. The nose features floral notes with creamy vanilla and aromas of Muscovado Sugar. The finish is creamy barley sugar flavors. Following his coronation at the Scone Palace in 1488, King James IV purchased a keg of beer at the Tullibardine Brewery, the first public brewery in Scotland. At the time, the brewery used crystal clear spring water that flowed from the Ochil Hills down to the brewery in order to craft its unique ales. Nearly five centuries later, a Welshman named William Delme Evans purchased the brewery and converted it into a distillery (Evans was also responsible for designing the Jura and Glenallachie distilleries). In 1949, the first drops of Scotch whisky flowed from the distillery's stills and today — over six decades later — the distillery continues to use much of the same ingredients and methods that the Tullibardine Brewery used in crafting King James' beer, including the same crystal clear spring water.
Item Number: Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch
Availability: In Stock 6
Size: 750ML

Tullibardine 12 Year Old Scotch is the brand’s new signature single malt for the U.S. market. It matured in first fill ex-bourbon casks for a minimum of 12 years. This is a creamy expression, bottled at 80 proof, with notes of soft citrus, toffee apples and freshly baked biscuit, the company reports. The nose features floral notes with creamy vanilla and aromas of Muscovado Sugar. The finish is creamy barley sugar flavors.

Following his coronation at the Scone Palace in 1488, King James IV purchased a keg of beer at the Tullibardine Brewery, the first public brewery in Scotland. At the time, the brewery used crystal clear spring water that flowed from the Ochil Hills down to the brewery in order to craft its unique ales. Nearly five centuries later, a Welshman named William Delme Evans purchased the brewery and converted it into a distillery (Evans was also responsible for designing the Jura and Glenallachie distilleries). In 1949, the first drops of Scotch whisky flowed from the distillery's stills and today — over six decades later — the distillery continues to use much of the same ingredients and methods that the Tullibardine Brewery used in crafting King James' beer, including the same crystal clear spring water.

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